Swastikas have been painted over the graffiti on the A5 between Llangollen and Corwen. A piece of graffiti commemorating a Welsh valley drowned to make a reservoir has been defaced with swastikas. The “Cofiwch Dryweryn” painting on a wall on the A5 between Llangollen and Corwen was defaced overnight. Pol Wong, one of the founders of the Cofiwch Dryweryn Facebook page, said he was “very sad” to see the Nazi symbols appearing in the Dee Valley. Mr Wong’s daughter spotted the graffiti this morning and took a picture of the vandalism. He said: “I feel very sad to see that symbol in Wales. Even worse is the fact that they are defacing a memorial which commemorates the destruction of a Welsh community. “Whoever did this obviously condones the drowning of Capel Celyn and several other Welsh communities.” Mabli Siriol, from campaign group Cymdeithas yr Iaith, said: “This is disgusting. Fascism and these symbols of hate are anathema to us and all we stand for.
via dailypost: Cofiwch Dryweryn slogan defaced with ‘disgusting’ Nazi symbols